It’s that day when you reflect on your life, think about all the things you want to do differently and compose a list of New Year’s Resolutions. Interestingly, they’re almost always the same. You’re going to stop doing those things that are no good for you and start doing those things that will make you a better person. But then it happens – just like it happens every year. You begin breaking your resolutions one-by-one and end up feeling worse about yourself. That’s why you need to do your New Year’s resolutions in a new way this year. Go ahead and make those resolutions that will lead to positive outcomes. But then commit – don’t just resolve – to opening every nook and cranny of your life to God so you experience just how passionately God is in love with you. Then stick with it. Because you’ll discover you’ve gotten to the heart of what matters most of all.